Our patients have access to approximately 250 clinical trials, giving access to some of the newest treatment options in the country.
Doctors at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta are widely respected and participate in clinical trials and collaborative studies around the country.
In addition, the Aflac Cancer Center is home to an Innovative Therapy Program.
Did You Know?
About 60 percent of pediatric patients participate in clinical trials. That number will be even higher when more clinical trials become available. Visit our online clinical trials database to search and view open clinical trials at the Aflac Cancer Center.
Approximately 90 percent of our eligible oncology patients are enrolled in a clinical trial, making the Aflac Cancer Center among the leading cancer centers for clinical trial enrollment by the Children’s Oncology Group (COG).
Our ultimate goal is to offer each of our patients access to a clinical trial with the hope that their participation will result in a better outcome.
Phases of Clinical Trials
Clinical trials are developed in a series of steps, called phases. They have three phases.
See Phases 2 and 3